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Glass House, St Helens - pub details

Glass House

Address: Market Square, Building 5 Market Street, St Helens, Merseyside, WA10 1NE [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 10523) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations St Helens Central (0.3 miles), Thatto Heath (1.5 miles), St Helens Junction (2 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

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Paid another visit recently - thought it was time I gave it another chance.

Three banks of 5 pumps await the discerning customer, two of which offer real ales and the other offers ciders. One of the ales was off but all the other pumps were in use.

I had a pint of Empire IPA - Heritage Ales (Spitting Feathers Brewery) at 5.2% and the usual bargain basement Wetherspoon price tag.

I still stand by my earlier comment about the table layout in the main bar area, but as you go further towards the back of the pub there is more of a mix of seating and booths that are less institutional.

Beer was great, service was friendly, and if you're a cider drinker this must be worth a visit.
RealAleRobUK - 25 May 2016 15:18
The Glass House was my second Wetherspoons in St Helens on Sunday morning. I'd previously been to the Running Horses nearby and is not listed on here. The Glass House was the better of the two. It's the usual open-plan pub with a lower level that seemed to be more popular with those eating breakfasts. Service was prompt. Ales were Bath Ales Festivity, Banks's Driftwood Pale Ale, Burton Bridge Burton XL Bitter, Weetwood Oast House, Sharps Doom Bar, Ruddles Best, The Glass House Big Jugs, Greene King Abbot & Heritage Empire IPA. Ciders were Westons Old Rosie & Mulled Cider & Gwynt y Ddraig Black Dragon. They also had Sandford Orchards Pear Shaped.
blue_scrumpy - 7 Jan 2016 21:06
Visited late afternoon and it was reasonably busy though not packed. Service was efficient and there was a fair variety of real ales on offer. I had a pint of the "World's Biggest Liar" by Jennings Brewery. It was nice enough but not outstanding. On sitting down I noticed that the tables were all laid out as if it was a school - all in straight lines and I suddenly felt as if I was in a classroom. Typical Wetherspoons mix of clientele in when I visited. D├ęcor is plain and functional in this establishment.

For a more sophisticated Wetherspoons experience I would recommend The Running Horses, also in St Helens, a short walk away from this place. They had a great selection of real ales too, and it just seemed a classier more welcoming establishment.
RealAleRobUK - 21 Nov 2013 18:53
one of the slowest served pints of ales i have ever ordered at a spoons and bearing in mind i done nearly 600 that says something! wedged on a fri lunchtime,6/10
fat_beer_badger - 31 Mar 2012 20:35
average spoons, quite busy as it was mid-week mid-day. the abbot was ok but it looked a bit small for a spoons and sat near the front of the pub. as i was leaving notice a small outside area at the back of the pub. found the glasshouse ok and would used again if in st helens
forestwood - 11 May 2010 20:39

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